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You either use a water filter or your body is one

February 2013

Newsletter


A word from Richard

Hi everyone. Welcome to 2013.

Crickey!!! Christmas and the New Year came and went pretty quick!!! Hope you had fun.

We all stayed around close to home enjoying local tourism and good times with family and friends. How about you?

The business world has been very positive out there and we are having a bumper start to the New Year. So here’s to a successful year ahead for us all.

February 3rd. The Day the Music Died Day commemorates the untimely death of singers Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper. These three Rock singers died in an airplane crash on February 3, 1959 at the height of their popularity. How sad.

And then of course don’t forget we’ve got St. Valentine's Day on February 14th….. Spoil someone… You’ll love it!!!

Busy busy so Onwards Upwards and Forwards. Keep hydrated. Cheers Cheers.........And remember..........If You’re Not Using A Water Filter, Your Body Is One!!!

Richard Scholes


Director

West Coast Water Filter Man

Be rewarded for spreading the word!

$49.00 Fruit and Veg Box – FREE!

Spread the word – provide a referral to the West Coast WaterFilter Man, and if they subsequently become a water filtration system customer, you will receive a Fruit and Veg Box valued at $49.oo. It’s as easy as that!

Contact Richard – the West Coast WaterFilter Man on 0414 211 237 to find out how. Be quick though, as there are a limited number of boxes, so call me now to secure yours. (You can also make multiple referrals to receive more Boxes)

Fruit and Veg box supplied and delivered by "The Vege Barn"

Electricity from Water Mains

Inline Hydropower System Generates Power from Water Pipelines

Dec. 10, 2012 — Generating electricity from water is not a new thing. Hydro power stations have already sprung up across the world in China, United States and Canada. However, scientists will not stop exploring advanced technologies for further improvement to benefit people's lives.

Recently, PolyU's Department of Building Services Engineering and the Water Supplies Department (WSD) of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government have been working together to turn water mains into an alternative source of power.

Hong Kong has a network of water mains travelling over 7,800 km, which is comprehensively monitored by WSD using monitoring devices to make sure their water supply remain clean and well-maintained. Water mains need power for those devices. Conventionally, they are putting small turbines into their pipes to produce electricity from drinking water.

This article can be found in full at Science Daily

Water facts

Fremantle port.

The port's role began immediately after the Swan River Colony was founded in 1829 but the entrance to the Swan River estuary was blocked by a rocky bar, which made the mouth of the river virtually impassable for sea-going vessels.

Fremantle shipping was served by a Long Jetty that extended into the open sea, where Bather's Beach is today. Cargo was offloaded onto the jetty and then taken down Cliff Street in Fremantle's West End. It was loaded onto barges that sailed up the river on the westerly sea breeze and back to Fremantle on easterly winds. Later it was transported by rail.

British marine engineer Sir John Coode advised Sir John Forrest an outer harbour near Rous Head, or one that would stretch south from Arthur's Head, could be built. Coode ruled out building a port in the river mouth as he believed it would continually silt up due to lateral sand drift. In 1887 the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce pushed hard for the southern scheme to be chosen but the Colony could not raise the half-million pounds which were estimated that such an initiative would cost. By 1891 Forrest was examining another proposal: an offshore facility at Owen Anchorage south of Fremantle. By then, Charles Yelverton O'Connor had been appointed the Colony's Engineer-in-Chief and decided the best option was an inner harbour built in the mouth of the Swan River. The discovery of gold in Western Australia meant a working port was urgently needed. Parliament finally accepted O'Connor's plan after much political haggling, the capital was raised in London and preliminary work commenced late in 1892.

While the harbour has been deepened and facilities extended and modernised over the years, the basic structure of the Inner Harbour remains essentially unchanged to this day, testament to the boldness, brilliance and foresight of its designer, Charles Yelverton O'Connor.

Source - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Richard's Health Tip

Energy.

Being dehydrated can sap your energy and make you feel tired -- even mild dehydration of as little as 1 or 2 percent of your body weight. If you're thirsty, you're already dehydrated -- and this can lead to fatigue, muscle weakness, dizziness and other symptoms.

Community support

The Salvation Army's Christmas Appeal

The Bikers Charity Ride are " doing it for the kids" in the annual Perth Teddy bears' big day out; which raises funds for The Salvation Army's Christmas Appeal. Richard loves this yearly ride on his Harley laden with teddy bears. www.salivation.org.au

SIDS and Kids

SIDS and Kids relies almost totally on the support of the community. www.sidsandkids.org

Anglicare WA

Anglicare WA is a not for profit community services agency. They provide 57 services from 35 locations across the state. The West Coast Water Filter Man is proud to help and sponsor the Anglicare Knit in Day. www.anglicarewa.org.au

Lifeline

The West Coast Water Filter Man helps the people that helps the community. www.lifelinewa.org.au

Richard's networking groups

Here's the list of networking groups I regularly attend

Customer testimonial

Another Happy Customer - Palmyra

This morning I was finally jacked off refilling water jug filters and rang WCWFM and Richard turned up within a couple of hours and installed a system for us.

Professional and cheerful (nice change from the previous call we'd just made) from the get-go and to the moment he left.

Can't wait to brag and promote to friends or strangers (and that's not my usual style).

Richard, you're a superstar - thanks a bunch.

Lisa

A closing thought

Food for thought

"Every man dies. Not every man really lives."

William Wallace









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